Flavoured with coconut, apple pieces and sweet blackberry leaves.
The English translation of this Chinese name is Pu-Erh Tea or Yunnan Pu-Erh Tea. The tea comes from a tea garden which is located in the Cangyuan county of Yunnan Province in the South-West of China.
It is a normal characteristic of Pu-Erh Tea that the tea leaves seem to be coated by a silvery or whitish shade. This does not have any influence to the quality and the taste of this kind of tea.
The taste of Pu-Erh Tea becomes thicker and thicker as time goes by. This means that the older a tea is and the longer it has been stocked the better is the quality of that special lot.